New Developments in Brain Science

Implications for Victims, Providers and Lawyers

October 13, 2015

Attachment to "homogeneous" definitions of "mild" traumatic brain injury ignores recent developments in brain science, risks missing targeted treatment opportunities, and can lead to miscarriage of justice for brain injury victims.

Litigation Attorney Robert LuceOn October 13th, 2015, Attorney Robert Luce, litigation chair at Downs Rachlin Martin and board chair of the Brain Injury Association of Vermont, addressed a crowded room at the 27th Annual Vermont Brain Injury Conference. Luce spoke specifically about the developments of brain science, particularly focusing on how treatment of brain injuries is not a one-size-fits-all approach.

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